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Old 10-30-2009, 02:35 PM
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Gregg: The new Hunza Path Lite Surface mount is not meant to compete with or replace "Drive over" fixtures. If you need a drive over then purchase a drive over. I need a surface mount fixture for lighting residential docks and some deck applications. For these we need a small, discreet, yet effective fixtgure that is shielded and does not require a core mount.

Sean: The top is the same as the PL fixture, the difference is that the new unit is a surface mount and not an in-ground or core mount.
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Old 10-30-2009, 02:38 PM
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Hunza - Path Lite Surface Mount

Here is the specification sheet for the new fixture.
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Yeah Billy, the new ones are complete junk. Don't buy em, you will be terribly disapointed. I don't know that painting the bottom of the lid would make much of any difference in the ones I got. The top is concave on the inside. You would think they would use some sort of diffuser or reflector to project the light out. As it is, it projects light out about 12" is all.

I like the drive over Greg. Looks like a stout fixture.
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Old 11-01-2009, 07:30 PM
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Yeah sure, but can you drive over them?

Check out this L-017 Series from Beachside Lighting.



Greg, These would be plow food in N.J.
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